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History of the CHOG in Mississippi, 1950


Scope and Contents

Letter talks about D. S. Warner and B. E. Warren among others going to Spring Hill, a town near Meridian, MS, in 1889. There, the gospel group was threatened by a mob. However, some of the mob attending services with CHOG and ended up converted. W. B. Moffet is a name listed as a converted mob member, along with his family. The Moffet family became the "foundation" of the Shady Grove Church. After the Warner group left, prayer meetings were held in private homes, and three churches were established. Shady Grove was one, with the other two in Collinsville and Snell.


  • Creation: 1950



2 Sheets

Language of Materials

From the Series: English

Repository Details

Part of the Anderson University and Church of God Archives Repository

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